Title

A Probabilistic Iterative Architecture for Classification

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

5-1990

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Abstract

A classification architecture that uses probabilistic representation of support and conditionalization and expectation for updating belief is presented. The updating is guided by a utility function that determines the type of information to be acquired. Expected entropy is used as the utility measure. The three major components of a classification system are the representation of the domain information, the evidence, and the support updating paradigm. The representative of domain knowledge and evidence is described. A general overview of the classification architecture is given. The computations and assumptions required in this iterative method are presented. A detailed example illustrating the generation of support based on the acquisition of one item of evidence is given.

Comments

Presented at the IEEE 1990 National Aerospace and Electronics Conference, 1990. NAECON, Dayton, OH.

DOI

10.1109/NAECON.1990.112934